I am very excited about these perfect squares and perfect cubes posters that I created to decorate my high school math classroom! These posters were inspired by the amazing Clarissa Grandi, a maths teacher in the UK.
Clarissa shared a visual representation of the different perfect squares and cubes. She placed pre-cut numbers on top of the squares/cubes. I decided I wanted to simplify things and create a set of printable posters where the numbers are printed directly on the squares and cubes.
I created posters for both the first ten perfect squares and the first ten perfect cubes.
I also added some title posters that say “Perfect Squares” and “Perfect Cubes.”
I just LOVE looking at these!
I do need to give credit where credit is due. My husband graciously used his geogebra skills to make the images of the cubes for me. Thanks Shaun!
Did you notice that I used the same colors for both sets of posters? This way, 1 squared and 1 cubed are the same color. 2 squared and 2 cubed are the same color, etc.
The first time I printed these posters off, I somehow got the colors off. It bugged me so much I had to print another set!
You might also be interested in the More Perfect Squares Poster I created when I realized my students needed to recognize perfect squares higher than 100.
Fun Fact: These perfect squares posters are perfect for helping students with the Perfect Squares Puzzle.
Free Download of Perfect Squares and Perfect Cubes Posters
If you want to edit the Publisher file, you’ll also need to download the font HVD Comic Serif Pro or substitute your own favorite font.
You can find all of the posters I’ve ever created on my posters page.
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